Episode of the public domain TV series "Your Hit Parade", which ran from 1950 to 1959. Each episode presented popular hits of the day, performed by the shows cast, including Dorothy Collins and Snooky Lanson. Complete with original commercials. Songs include: "Please Mr. Sun", "Cry", "Tell Me Why" and "Wheel of Fortune".
What a clean sweet singing machine Dorothy Colins is! The dancers hold the program together, due to, great writing and directing!
January 20, 2010 Subject:
Seeing one's Mom...
Boy, it's really weird seeing my mother, Nanon Millis (Brown) at age 22-ish, dancing across the screen... Especially playing a "mute" farmer's daughter...
Reviewer:Ed Jr -
November 20, 2008 Subject:
A slice of T.V. History
A good example of family entertainment available in 1952 when I was in the 7Th grade. We didn't have T.V. at the time. Lawrence Welk would polish up this type of show and make a long successful run on T.V. The actual show is a little boring. Still it is interesting.